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Sunday Coupons – Pet Products and More

Posted on Saturday, August 8th, 2009 at 4:20 am
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After last week, you probably thought the newspapers would not have so many coupons. Well, think again. There are two Smart Source inserts and a Red Plum. Find our preview here. One of the Smart Source inserts is for all General Mills products. Cereal sales, here I come! There is absolutely never a reason to pay full price for cereal. In addition to coupons for Cheerios, Chex Mix, Nature Valley, and the usual $1/3 cereal coupon, you will find coupons Coupons for Betty Crocker and Pillsbury products.

Some Smart Source inserts will carry a coupon for a FREE Glade Candle.  This may vary by location, and even by paper, but look for it!

This week’s Red Plum features lots of coupons for Purina brand pet foods and fancy Feast cat food. It is a great week for pet coupons, since Smart Source also lists pet products. if you were looking for help grooming your pet, there are $5 coupons on Oster products for clipping, trimming nails, and bathing pets.

Red Plum also has coupons for Post-Its. If you were looking to stock up on these, don’t miss this insert. As for me, I will look in this week’s Red Plum for the $1/2 Philadelphia Cream Cheese, $1 Velveeta (1 lb+) and $1 off a Starbucks Ice Cream Pint. When these are combined with double coupons and buy one get one promotions, I always save big with coupons of this amount.

Have you been to CVS yet this month to get your free CVS item? The first time in august that your ECB card is scanned, you will receive a printout for one free CVS item. I got aspirin, other have received batteries, a toothbrush, and chocolate.

With Back to school in full swing, it looks like a good week for savings. Look in the near future for sales on lunchbox items, food storage bags, and drink boxes.

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